Havana, Sunday 23 de September de 2018 08:05 am

Great Excitement among Cuban Lawmakers for Return of Anti-terrorists

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HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 17 (acn)  On hearing the news of the release of three Cuban antiterrorism fighters imprisoned in the United States, the deputies of the National Assembly of People's Power, and guests gathered today in the Conventions Palace in Havana could not contain their excitement.

 
Quite a few of them wept; the worker, leader, religious person, student, fighter, peasant, the self-employed, artist, journalist, in short, every compatriot that was present melted into hugs, because each from their homeland, from their battle station, along with the rest of the people, worked for the return of those fighters.
 
In the first statements to ACN, some lawmakers also stressed the role of international solidarity, many organizations, institutions, personalities and fraternal peoples, including governments, for justice to be done with René, Fernando, Antonio, Ramón and Gerardo, the last three already in their beloved Cuba, as announced by President Raul Castro, President of the Councils of State and Ministers.
 
What seen today at the Conventions Palace in Havana was a reflection of the overwhelming joy that at this time, and in the next, every child, young, men, women and elderly, in those millions of Cubans will feel who for just over 15 years in squares, parks, meetings, media, letters, and in as many places as possible, battled along with the relatives of the Five for such a noble cause.
 
While representing the people who elected them, there were many times that the National Assembly of People's Power made statements in favor of the cause of the Five, not only from its ordinary sessions, but at every meeting of its members and the Standing Committee of International Relations with parliaments and legislators from other nations.
 

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